Federal prosecutors have worked out a plea deal with a man who robbed two juveniles at gunpoint in Ocean City last summer.
Montray D. Gross, 32, of Grasonville, Maryland, pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm with a felony conviction in U.S. District Court last week. Gross was arrested by Ocean City Police in July 2016, after two juveniles reported they had been robbed while walking through the Tidelands Caribbean parking garage on Washington Street.
The two juveniles asked people on the Boardwalk, including Gross, where they could buy milk, according to the Ocean City police report. Gross told them to cut through the parking lot as a shortcut.
When the pair were in the parking garage, Gross came up to them, reached behind his back, said “give me your money, I got a gun here.”
Ocean City police reports said Gross took $285, a gold chain, a leather corded necklace with a cross and a belt with a Chevrolet Corvette belt buckle, valued at $50, before he fled.